As one of the most highly regarded sports photographers in history and a veteran Sports Illustrated shooter, Neil Leifer often obtained plum photo spots for Olympic events. As when he found himself near the finish line of Florence "Flo Jo" Griffith Joyner's 100-meter win in Seoul in 1988. "When you have that kind of access," he says, "there's only a handful of cameramen around. It feels like you are covering a high school track meet. I was 75 feet in front of the finish line and looking right down Flo Jo's lane." She obliged with the kind of facial expression Olympic moments are made of.